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    Cleaning Glass

    I was just wondering what products and cloth's people use to clean the interior/exterior glass on there cars. I have tried a few different products and cloth's and havent found one that i am happy with.

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    I bought some Autoglym Glass Polish in the 3 for 2 sale the other day, works very well IMO.

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    I use windolene with a good kitchen towel like bounce, I used to use Autoglym Glass Polish and I tried another which I cant remember the name, windolene gives the same results at a fraction of the price.

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    I use an old newspaper one wet sheet one dry and just go over with the wet one inside and out then use the dry one to go over it. Should do the job. Give it a go see what ya think.

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    i use megs glass cleaner with a microfibre cloth.

    works well for me both inside and out.
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    I use the AG glass polish, apply it using a applicator pad and buff with a microfibre. I use that inside and out, but want to find a better product to use on the windscreen. Going to try some rain X as my mate is always banging on about how good it is.

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    I swear by rain-x mate. definatly worth a try. it makes the water bead like when youve put a nice coat of wax on.
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    Rain X is awesome!!
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    rainx wont last long on the windscreen. i use it on the side and rear screen. i have aquapel on the windscreen and its still working after nearly 6 months
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    I use autoglym glass polish Great stuff

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